Now our finalists and winners have their personal artwork hanging in United Clubs and Lounges through 2019. Take home a piece of their art by clicking through to their website.
Tsungwei grew up in Taipei, Taiwan before immigrating to San Francisco, California. For the past seven years she has served as an artist in residence at Yosemite National Park. Focused on ceramics, printmaking and painting, her art is an expression of the wonders of nature and humanity.
Artist website: http://www.moogallery.com/
Los Angeles resident, Lila is a graduate of the Rhode Island School of design and freelance illustrator. She finds inspiration every day from current events to the diverse nature of California to cute dogs. Her illustrations regularly appear in The New Yorker and she counts Beyoncé as a client.
Artist website: http://www.lilaash.com/
Creating art for underrepresented voices, specifically women and people of color, is something you will always see rooted in the work of Los Angeles resident, Laci. She is inspired by doing the unbelievable and wants to use this opportunity to show young girls that anything is possible.
Artist website: http://www.solacilike.com/
Corinne is a New Jersey native, studying illustration at Ringling College of Art and Design specializing in Concept Development and Themed Entertainment Design. She hopes to one day create the same fantasy worlds found in theme parks that she admired as a child.
Artist website: http://corinneantonelli.com/
Pamela is living and studying product design in New York City. She loves to explore the world and when traveling, her photography focuses on women indigenous to the location with the purpose of giving them power and teaching others about their culture and beliefs.
Artist website: https://pamelaea.myportfolio.com/
Simply put, Julie wants to make the world a more beautiful place. From architecture to parks to people she sees on the street, inspiration is everywhere for Julie in New York City. When she's flying back to NYC, she always tries to get a window seat so she can see the skyline, which serves as a beacon, a sign that she's arrived home.
Artist website: http://juliewinegard.com/